Edna Cara
Parisian Edna Cara discovered electronic music in 2005 while attending the Techno Parade. Amazed by the intensity of electronic music, she became involved in the scene and began attending clubs in her native France and North America. Inspired by the underground sounds at Stereo Club in Montreal, Cara began following DJ’s of these genres such as The Advent and A Paul. Edna Cara’s “punchy” sound combines minimal grooves along with techno drive and has inspired her “Minimale Animale” monthly DJ mix concept. Natalino Nunes, a well received French Dj/producer, among others have noticed the young talent and has helped to cultivate these skills. This meeting broadened her musical vision and Edna Cara found she had a particular interest in live acts and many new artists of new school techno. These different influences drove her into beginning experimenting more with live equipment and an Ableton based set up. From what began as a casual interest, Edna Cara in May 2010 began her residency on Total Dj Radio Paris. The next year starts a new session of monthly DJ sets at the edge of hardcore techno: Trashic. At the beginning of 2012, Edna Cara is invited to join the Fnoob Radio community on the Techno channel where you can find the shows of artists such as Chris Liebing, Umek, Marco Bailey, Spektre, Alejandro Trebor and more.
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Trashic Vol.11
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Trashic Vol.10 feat. Natalino Nunes
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Trashic Vol.9
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Trashic Vol.8
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Tell me a story
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Trashic Vol.7
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